On our way to Barlitos for cinnamon rolls, it started pouring down rain so we stood under thw awning at Freddy's for about 15 minutes. Then walked on to Barlitos. Tiffany declared that the sun was going to shine the rest of the day because it was her birthday and it did. She deserves it, she was such a nice, helpful person. We planned on bringing a cinnamon roll back for Romy but they only had 2 left. And i already know it's impossible to share a Barlitos cinnamon roll. So I saved him half a sandwich instead. Then I forgot about it and carried it around in my purse all day and had to throw it out.
After breakfast we walked way down the island near a gym (iron horse) and took more photos along the way. Took a cab back for $20MX.
At noon we walked over to the beach. It was a beautiful day. We stayed until it was time for the next meal-dinner. We skipped right through lunch.
For dinner we went to La Lomita. I ordered the bean soup and chili releno (I already knew this was too much food). Gary didn't see anything on the menu that appealed to him so he decided to try the poc chuc here too. I have to say it was the nastiest looking piece of meat I've seen. My food was good but his was terrible. The owner was such a funny, entertaining, nice guy though. We tried to eat as much as we could. I like to try anything but I could not bring myself to try the poc chuc there. And honestly, I liked the looks of the bean soup there but thought the flavor of El Poc Chuc original was much better.
After dinner we had a couple drinks to try the first was the ginger margarita at La Terraza. First let me comment on the artwork/ painting done by the owner or manager. It was amaaaaazing. What a gorgeous place. Do not however sit on the stools at the bar unless you weigh under 100 pounds. Our tiny bartender may be able to sit on them but we couldn't. The ginger margaritas there were amazing as were the regular ones. We drank them very fast and the bartender asked if everything was okay. I said yes, but I have to tell you these barstools are the most uncomfortable things we've ever sat in. She was very nice and the service was great. All the other seating looked comfortable and the crowd looked quite a bit younger than us. We're in our 40s.
Next we wanted to try Miguels. There was a decent band playing and we sat outside. A server came over and took our drink order and later brought mine (2 pomegranetmargaritas). I had such high hopes for these and was so dissapointed. About 10 minutes later they brought Gary's watered down Captain Morgan and cokes. It tasted like our drinks were filled halfway with water then mixed. The servers were friendly enough but they seemed to only want to wait on certain people. We asked for la quenta 3 times and still tipped 20% which made me wish we had given the bartender at La Terraza a 50% tip.